Astronomers Find Evidence of Ninth Planet, “Tyche” In The Oort Cloud?

I’m not going to pull your pants down and slap your ass, okay? Unless you ask me. So I’m telling you to take everything I’m about to blather about as more than likely science fiction. Okay? Astronomers have found “evidence” of a a hypothesized 9th planet in the hypothesized Oort Cloud.

Sounds about astronomy as usual, right?


The giant gas planet Tyche which is estimated to be four times the mass of Jupiter is set to bring our solar systems planet quota back up to nine.  Tyche is suspected to be located in the outer Oort Cloud, the most remote region of our solar system. The orbit of Tyche, would be 15,000 times farther from the Sun than the Earth’s, and 375 times farther than Pluto’s.

Tyche is the biggest story to hit the earth part of our solar system since Pluto got demoted five years ago. But it may take another two years to confirm its existence.

The NASA space telescope, Wise, has already gathered the data but it will take up to two years to analyse all the data.

The first wave of data should be ready for release in about April this year. It is a bit like an oil find. If the data looks to be confirming Tyches existence then more telescopes will be trained on its location and the data stream will turn into a torrent.

Astrophysicists John Matese and Daniel Whitmire from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette think there is already a strong case for Tyche’s existence. Professor Dan says if the data comes up trumps “John and I will be doing cartwheels.”

This shit sounds too dope to be true. An unspotted planet lurking outside the purview of our currently  technology. Or something. Definitely skulking. Hiding. Hanging about. Please let something like this be legit.